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Some aspects of Scholarly Communications are also addressed by other campus entities, such as:
The library can assist with your copyright questions and concerns, but when you're dealing with a patent, OIP-ISR is the place to start.
This office is the driving force behind the large number of graduate student-run electronic journals.
If you are planning any kind of activity that you believe stretches the bounds of copyright law or UC policy, you may want to consult with the Campus Counsel before you proceed.
CDH is a hub for innovation in digital scholarship, and spearheads some cutting edge projects in the evolution of scholarly communication.
CCLE is UCLA's primary course management system, used by most departments. It can be the most efficient and sound manner to share materials with students within the bounds of copyright.